SUNDAY MASS TIMES AT ST. AGATHA-ST. JAMES | 38TH + CHESTNUT
9am, 11:30am, 5:30pm, 9:30pm*
We are an apostolic Catholic community entrusted to Mary, working with the Penn university community to live a full Christian Life by generating spaces of prayer, encounter, reconciliation and service, from one heart to another.
Looking back at the Newman Legacy In Philadelphia
For a limited time, our 2018-2019 Penn Catholic TShirts up for sale! Grab them while they are still available! Email Carolyn Shields at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
Take a look back at 125 Years of the Newman Legacy In Philadelphia in this 2019 Calendar. It’s filled with dates such as Alumni Brunch, Prayer Intentions for our students on their spring mission trip, important feast days, and more! Available for a limited time. Grab it while you can!
These retro Newman postcards celebrate the three locations of the Newman Center! It’s so important to remember the past as we live in the present with eyes toward the future!
You receive 15 postcards in your order.
Your registration will not be considered complete until payment has been received. Please submit your $40 to reserve your spot! Email Carolyn Shields at email@example.com if cost is a factor that is holding you back. Lastly, if you sign up and decide not to join us on the retreat after the registration deadline, you will be refunded 50%.
EARLY BIRD PRICE ENDS OCT. 13th! After that the cost is $50.
Reserve your spot today for NOVUS 2018. Check out newman.upenn.edu/novus for more info including dates, registration, and more.
Date: Oct. 11th, 7pm | St. Agatha-St. James Parish, 3728 Chestnut St. Philadelphia
She's played at for the Pope, toured with an American Idol, has been featured on Dancing With The Stars, and she's rising in the charts. As a pronounced Catholic, Marie isn't afraid to introduce the faith to her secular audience through her music and well, beauty.
What role does beauty have in evangelization? In today's world, why is beauty so crucial? And why is art--a hobby, a past time--so important...even at Penn?
Come on out to hear Marie Miller speak about how Beauty Will Save The World and hear a few of her acoustic songs.
Our $5 all you can eat chicken parm dinner is at 6pm and free for freshmen, though all are welcome! The program starts at 7pm. Though this event is free, we ask that non-college students consider donating a $5 cover charge which you can pay here!